Now his memoirs, The patagonian Hare, published at age 84 in 2009 to unanimous acclaim in France, have been released in English.
It was very fat, and would be an excellent dish, as the patagonian said; while Robert was proud of his success.
Yes, but Drake declares that the English are taller than the tallest patagonian?
As for its being original, it would be original enough if Marion eloped with a patagonian.
But his compliments were lost on the patagonian, for he did not understand a single syllable.
“I believe some of your patagonian giants you have been telling me about have gone on the warpath, Captain,” I said.
This startled the patagonian, and made him rise to his feet at once.
It consisted of only ten men, which fact reassured the patagonian.
Had Simeon lost himself in the patagonian wilds or was he drowned?
On the patagonian steppes there are comparatively few species of animals.
South American region, with -ia + Patagon, name given by Europeans to the Tehuelche people who inhabited the coasts of the region, sometimes said to mean literally "large-foot," from Spanish and Portuguese pata "paw, animal foot" (see patten) in reference to the people's llama-skin shoes. But elsewhere said to be from Patagon, name of a dog-headed monster in the prose romance "Amadís de Gaula" (1508) by Garci Ordóñez de Montalvo (which also might have yielded California).